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Causes Of Conjunctival Cyst
Conjunctival cyst: Conjunctival cyst on back side of eyelid. Depending on the size. A small conjunctival cyst can be removed by incising with a small needle and is painless. A larger one may need to be incised and the entire cyst sack be removed. This takes a little longer, but with the right drops and possibly a small injection of Lidocaine is painless also. Both can be performed under topical drops without pain. ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with a conjunctival cyst. I had it lanced and within 1 day it has filled back up with fluid. What is the next step?
Conjunctival cyst: Depending on the size. A small conj. Cyst can be removed by incising with a small needle and is painless. A larger one may need to be incised and the entire cyst sack be removed. This takes a little longer, but with the right drops and possibly a small injection of Lidocaine is painless also. ...Read more
Cyst: A person inherits the tendency to get these types of cysts. They come up for no reason and their is no way to prevent them. They may be single or multiple but you cannot do anything to keep them from coming. They can run in families or not. ...Read more
Inborn...: Cysts of kidneys are inborn and occur in many. In fact, some 50% of people have cysts in kidneys after age 50, but they are usually harmless so requiring no active care. More? Ask urologist. More? Contact www. HealthTap. Com/dr-Lin withRQPWJC to login; I can help. ...Read more
NO: This generally appears in the arm pits or groin area. ...Read more
Not to worry: The tonsils in the throat are lined with squamous epithelium (skin). Sometimes the normal growth of this lining can invaginate and grow inwards causing a benign cyst. If there is no redness around the cyst and if does not cause pain or enlarge, I would not worry about it. The question is, is this really a cyst? See an ENT doctor for reassurance. ...Read more
Plugged duct: A Bartholin Gland Cyst forms when the duct that carries fluid from the gland to the outside world gets plugged. The fluid backs up making the gland swell. The gland can also become infected and form a Bartholin Gland Abcess. Best wishes! ...Read more
Usually unknown: The cause of most liver cysts is unknown. Liver cysts can be start at birth (such as in the rare disorder Polycystic Liver Disease) or can develop at a later time. They usually grow slowly and are not detected until adulthood. In some foreign countries, there is a parasite called echinococcus that can cause liver cysts. ...Read more
We don't know: If I had the answer to this, I would be a famous man. There are theories, but no right answer. It is thought that a defect in the joint capsule or ligamentous tissue results in tissue weakness, that allows joint fluid to escape into the weakness. As fluid escapes, it gets trapped by the one-way valve effect of the defect, thus producing the cyst. ...Read more
USUALLY congenital: Subarachnoid cysts are usually congenital ('born-with')malformations that arise from the unexplained splitting or tearing of the arachnoid membrane. Arachnoid cysts can also occur secondary to other disorders such as Marfan syndrome, arachnoiditis, or agenesis of the corpus callosum. Complications can arise: e.g. Head trauma can cause bleeding in or around the cysts possibly causing symptoms. ...Read more
Look for other cause: Since the ovaries are way down in the pelvis, a woman with upper back pain should first look for all the causes of upper back pain. It sounds unlikely for an ovarian cyst to cause just upper back pain but not symptoms between the upper back and the pelvis. A primary care doctor can evaluate, as the upper back is actually the upper rib cage area. ...Read more
Not usually: Simple liver cysts are the most common type of liver mass and is relatively common. In general, these cysts cause little or no symptoms and are usually left alone. If there are symptoms, or changes in their characteristic on imaging, then a specialist surgeon dealing with the liver, can often remove the cyst. If the cysts are part of a polycystic liver disease, you may need special consideration ...Read more
No: These are nuisance lesions that are left over from the descent of the gland from the mouth of the unborn child. Unless infection or surgery has destroyed the entire thyroid gland, which is very unlikely, look elsewhere for the cause of weight gain -- or as is most common, see what happens to your weight when you pursue some sort of exercise that you enjoy. ...Read more
Epidermoid cysts: The surface of your skin (epidermis) is made up of an extremely thin, protective layer of cells that your body continuously sheds. Most epidermoid cysts form when these surface cells, instead of exfoliating normally, move deeper into your skin and multiply. Most often, this occurs in areas where there are small hair follicles and larger oil glands (sebaceous glands), such as your face, neck, upper. ...Read more
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